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Today was a grim look into the past of Germany.
I went to Dachau Concentration Camp that was one of the main camps during the Holocaust.
I honestly didn't think it would take me as long as it did to read about the Holocaust and about this particular camp and the people who were there.
But it did. It took me 8 and 1/2 hours to read about it, and I did skip some bits.
Then there were the parts which I wish I had skipped. I ...
This morning I just went for a little walk. At least that was the plan. Ended up walking for a solid 4hrs up and down the big hill three times. I went to the nonnberg abbey where the real Maria was. The abbey is closed to visitors but I went to the church which was built in the 1200s making it one if the oldest abbeys. Then I went for a walk along the top of the hill and had good views of Salzburg. I met some ...
... then use public transport and take our bikes into town. Everywhere is made for push bikes and the trains / buses are so much easy to use. So we figure we'll save ourselves the future frustration of driving around for ages looking for a car park. And in Europe everywhere you go you have to pay for parking or have a special parking permit. We don't mind paying but the time limits are so short. Push biking ...
... It was also decided that same night to persecute the Jews across all Germany. We drank beer in one of the famous beer halls. It was easy to see how the Nazis would get drunk on beer and then en masse move out of the halls ready to terrorise anyone who opposed them. We were also able to identify some significant Nazi buildings. Some of them, or at least their sites if the buildings had been destroyed, appear now to be in the possession of well-known ...
... gone so they gave me some food and took me on a couple more rides before we got some more snacks (chocolate covered banana for me!) and then went back to their hostel. I finally found Nina but Haley had already gone back to our hostel with someone else, so I stayed in Nina and Kim's room in their extra bed and then went back to my hostel the next morning. I got showered and dressed and then went and found Haley. We were so glad to see each ...
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